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MOBILE TECHNOLOGY
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Strategic Storage Trust Inc launches smartphone app

The Ladera Ranch based storage company facilitates storage process

by Kirsti CorreaPublished: January 24, 2012 12:25 PM

In order to help customers organize and track the items in their storage units, Strategic Storage Trust Inc. has introduced a new app for its SmartStop Self Storage retail brand. The SmartTracker Inventory List app allows customers to manage all aspects of their storage units through their smartphone.

“We felt it was important to share this extremely helpful app with everyone who needs it,” said Vice President of Marketing Michele Cataldo. “You can use it to organize and track everything from the Christmas decorations stored in your garage to boxes of shoes stacked in your closet.”

The app uses an integrated service, “Manage My Inventory,” which enables customers to tag and track their storage content with Quick Response (QR) codes. After attaching the sticker to their item and scanning the code, customers are then able to provide a description and location of where the item is in the unit.

Another feature of the app gives customers the option to pay their bill online, access account information, reserve additional units and purchase packing or storage supplies.

“We are passionately committed to leveraging the latest technology to engage our customers and provide them with an easier, smarter and more enriching self-storage experience,” said SSTI CEO H. Michael Schwartz. “The Manage My Inventory service is an extension of that [since] it’s like having a window into your unit from wherever you happen to be.”

The SmartTracker Inventory App is available for iPhones and Android smartphones.


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